SURNAME "H" OBITUARIES


ANNIE ELIZABETH HALESTRAP

Newspaper Source Unknown - January 1938.

MRS. McCONVILLE IS
CLAIMED BY DEATH

DALE RESIDENT FOR 50 YEARS
SUCCUMBED MONDAY AFTER
LONG ILLINOIS

Death claimed one of Emmons county's prominent pioneers this week when Mrs. Frank McConville, wife of a former county commissioner and a resident of Dale for half a century, passed away Monday following an illness extending over several months. She was about 70 years. old.
Born in England, her maiden name was Annie Halestrap. She came to this country in the late '80's, her parents settling on a homestead in lower Dale. It was there that she married Mr. McConville who was then a government employee at the army post in Fort Yates. With the exception of the time the couple lived in Yates they resided in Dale at the McConville ranch on Cat Tail Creek.
Mrs. McConville leaves her husband, a son Thomas and a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Jacobson, all living at home. She also is survived by three grandchildren, Fern Jacobsen, Mrs. Helen Langeliers, and Francis Jacobsen.
Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at one o'clock at the family residence and interment was made at the Dale cemetery near the graves of her parents.

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EDWARD EDMUND HONSTAIN

Emmons County Record
Linton, Emmons County, North Dakota
28 September 1922
Front Page

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CHARLES JONES HOSFORD

Emmons County Record
Linton, Emmons County, North Dakota
15 July 1920
Page 8

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ROBERT ARTHUR HUMANN

Wishek Star
McIntosh County, North Dakota
5 June 2001

Funeral services for Robert Humann, 65, Napoleon, were held Friday, June 1, 2001, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Napoleon, with Rev. Richard Hagestuen officiating. He died May 29 at a Bismarck hospital.
Robert Arthur Humann was born Nov. 9, 1935 in Hazelton, the son of Arthur and Magdelina (Maier) Humann. He grew up and attended school in the Hazelton area. On Jan. 6, 1956, Robert entered the United States Army and served his country until Nov. 25, 1957.
Robert married Mary Bitz on Sept. 4, 1958 in Hazelton. They farmed in the Hazelton area until 1964, when they moved to Steele. Robert worked at Ed Humann's Blacksmith Shop. In 1966, they moved to Napoleon, where Robert owned and operated the meat locker until 1976. From 1976 until the present, Robert worked for the City of Napoleon as the water commissioner. Robert had served on the church council, the Napoleon Care Center Board, the Park Board and the Fire and Ambulance Board. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Napoleon Wildlife Club and Bismarck Eagles Club. Robert enjoyed fishing, camping, gardening, yard work, threshing bees and spending time with family and friends.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Humann of Napoleon; five sons, Kevin (Jill) Humann of Middletown, N.J., and Bob (Deb) Humann, Dean (Kelly) Humann, Lyle Humann and Glenn Humann, all of Bismarck; seven brothers, Edwin (Julie) Humann of St. Maries, Idaho, Rueben (Harriet) Humann of Hazelton, Alvin (Madelyn) Humann of Clinton, Utah, Leroy (Carol) Humann of Menoken, Monte (Kay) Humann of Jackson, Wyo., Terry (Ione) Humann of Livingston, Mont., and Harry (Edna) Humann of Hazelton; three sisters, Ella (Joe) Kalberer of Hazelton, Eunice Nelson of Bismarck and Esther (George) Huber of Hazelton; and five grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Marvin Lang, Roger Schumacher, Andy Hilzendeger, Elmer Neigum, Albert Dewald, Marvin Johnson and Andy Schneider. The family prefers memorials to the Napoleon Park Board. Interment was in the Napoleon City Cemetery. Dahlstrom Funeral Home of Napoleon was in charge of arrangements.